(109). Definitions. (Wreckers)
Seizure and forty-eight-hour suspension of operator's license of person
who is sixteen or seventeen years of age for certain violations.
Wreckers. Towing and transporting. Distinguishing number plates.
Operators of wrecker services to maintain records.
Sec. 14-66c. Sale
or disposal of motorized personal property. Penalty.
Towing or removal of motor vehicle from private property. Use of a
wheel-locking device. Regulations. Prohibition re issuance of parking
citation. Exemption. Penalty.
Towing, removal or use of wheel-locking device prohibited except upon
express instruction of property owner or lessee or for repossession.
Storage and release of motor vehicles that have been towed or rendered
Liability of property owner, lessee or lending institution for improper
towing or removal of motor vehicle or use of a wheel-locking device.
Sec. 14-150. Abandoned or unregistered motor vehicles and motor
vehicles which are a menace to traffic. Notice. Removal. Storage.
Hearing. Lien. Affidavit of compliance. Sale. Regulations re title to
abandoned motor vehicles and re disposal of motor homes or recreational
vehicles abandoned at campgrounds.
Vehicle Highway Use
Towing or hauling of vehicles in excess of certain limits and federal
Permits for operating or towing mobile homes. Width and length of
Sec. 14-262d. Permits for vehicles transporting mobile homes,
modular homes, house trailers or sectional houses.
Permits for nonconforming vehicles. Regulations. Penalities.
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14-63-34 to 14-63-37b - Fees to be Charged by Wrecker Services for Storage
and Release of Stored Motor Vehicles - Standards for Rates for Nonconsensual
Towing or Transporting
Sec. 14-63-34. Wrecker service
Sec. 14-63-35. Filing of certain
Sec. 14-63-36. Computation of storage
Sec. 14-63-36a. Approved rates and
Sec. 14-63-36b. Definitions
Sec. 14-63-36c. Permitted charges
Sec. 14-63-37a. Release of towed
Sec. 14-63-37b. Emergency access to
Sec. 14-66-1. Identification of
Motor Vehicle Wreckers
14-137-107 to 14-137-109 - Notice
to Owners and Lienholders of Motor Vehicles Upon Nonconsensual Tow of
Motor Vehicles from Private Property, and Notice Upon Sale or Other
Sec. 14-137-107. Definitions
Sec. 14-137-108. Notice to police
and owner concerning non-consensual tow of a motor vehicle from private
property, and notice upon sale or disposition
Sec. 14-137-109. Value of motor
14-150-1 to 14-150-5 - Hearings
Procedures for Motor Vehicles Taken into Custody Pursuant to Section
Sec. 14-150-1. Definitions
Sec. 14-150-2. Qualifications, appointment and
removal of hearing officers
Sec. 14-150-3. Hearing procedures
Sec. 14-150-4. Final decision
Sec. 14-150-5. Report of sale of an unclaimed
14-150-6 to 14-150-9 - Towers Acquiring Title to
Abandoned Towed Motor Vehicles
Sec. 14-150-6. Towers in compliance
Sec. 14-150-7. Issuance of certificate of title
Sec. 14-150-8. Value of vehicle; issuance of certificate of title
Sec. 14-150-9. Acquired title to abandoned motor vehicle
14-307-1 to 14-307-8 - Notice Required to Owners and Lienholders of
Motor Vehicles Upon Towing by Police or Traffic Authority and Upon Sale or
Other Disposition of Motor Vehicles
Sec. 14-301-1. Definitions
Sec. 14-307-2. Notice to owner and lienholders upon nonconsensual tow
Sec. 14-307-3. Opportunity for hearing
Sec. 14-307-4. Lien by tower or storage facility
Sec. 14-307-5. Sale or other disposition of unclaimed vehicle
Sec. 14-307-6. Provision of notice of sale to lienholders of record
Sec. 14-307-7. Provision of owner and lienholder information
Sec. 14-307-8. Value of motor vehicle
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Title 23. Highways
Subchapter G. Engineering and Traffic Operations
Part 658. Truck Size and Weight, Route Designations - Length, Width
and Weight Limitations